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Costa Mesa, CA, USA
2012
BMW
E92 M3
$42,000
81,000 miles
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Factory Color: Alpine White
Interior Color: Black
Factory manual seats
Seat Material: Cloth
Engine: Naturally Aspirated
Roof: Carbon Roof
Navigation: No
Title: Clean
Rod Bearings: Factory
Throttle Actuators: Done
VIN: WBSKG9C57CE798108
Asking Price: $42,000
Open to offers: Firm on price
Open to trades: No
Seller Type: Private Party
Contact Name: Tom

SOLD August 1st, 2023

The time has come to sell my 2012 M3. I am not necessarily in a rush to sell because our baby won’t be earth side for a few months. I decided to post my car here as opposed to bring a trailer because I feel like there are more enthusiasts browsing this site. My hope is that the next owner will enjoy driving the car as opposed to parking her in a storage bin…

2012 E92 M3, 6-speed manual, no nav, speed cloth seats, carbon roof, one key.
3rd owner, I purchased the car in July 2019 with roughly 50k miles. I paid for the carfax report and happy to send to interested buyer.
Rod bearings have not been done, given this is a later production E92 I did not feel the need to do the work.
Throttle actuators replacement es in April by Bullet performance.
Fresh set of pilot super sports installed two months ago.
Dinan axel back exhaust
12 mm spacers – installed in April, Bullet Performance in Costa Mesa.
H&R lowering springs – installed in April – bullet performance.
Carbon fiber diffuser.
81,000 miles
Garage queen at home and at the office.
Tracked once at Chuckwalla, still has track brake pads installed. I entered the track day as a novice and drove like one as this was my first track day.. felt this is important to note as I’ve noticed some do post this information when selling and I would appreciate having the same information.
Consistent oil changes, see car fax report.
Tire pressure monitoring batteries should be replaced.

TomsE92
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